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2 NC A&T students dead after shooting at party in Greensboro

GREENSBORO, N.C. – A shooting at a large party in the 900 block of Circle Drive left two people dead early Sunday morning.

Police said Alisia Dieudonne, 19, and Amhad Campbell, 21, both students of North Carolina A&T State University, were wounded when an unknown subject shot them during an altercation.

They were transported to a local hospital where they were pronounced deceased, according to police.

“None of what happened had to happen,” said the N.C. A&T student who lives at the house where the party took place.

We had a party that happened on the other side of campus. It wasn’t even here. And then what happened was after that party had let out people came over to the house hearing that there was another party and it wasn’t,” he went on to say.

The student, who didn’t want to be identified, said that a large group of people would soon enter the house.

“It got real packed guys had gotten kind of heated. Two guys one of them was my friend and then another guy that I don’t know, they started arguing,” he explained.

The other guy that I didn’t know claimed that my friend had tried to hit him with a bottle and then two of his friends hit my friend,” he continued.

Moments later, he said that three shots rang out.

“It was like doosh, doosh...and that was it,” said Quishon Morgan, N.C. A&T student.

Those shots would eventually hit and later kill both Dieudonne and Campbell.

“This is a really sad day for the families of our victims as well North Carolina A&T State University,” said Captain Nathaniel Davis with the Greensboro Police Department.

“They are around my age too so it still makes me think like that could’ve been me. You know what I’m saying,” Morgan said.

N.C. A&T released the following statement on Sunday morning:

Dear Aggie Family,

North Carolina A&T State University regrets to announce the loss of two of its students: Alisia Dieudonne, sophomore computer science major from Homewood, Illinois, and Amhad Campbell, junior agriculture and environmental systems (agribusiness and food industry management) major from Kittrell, North Carolina. Both students died Sunday, Oct. 2.

The Office of Counseling Services will be open Sunday, Oct. 2, from 2-5 p.m.

The Greensboro Police Department said they were working with N.C. A&T police and administrators on the investigation.

Anyone with information can call Crime Stoppers at (336) 373-1000 or text the tip to 274637 using the keyword badboyz. All calls to Crime Stoppers are completely anonymous, and may result in a reward up to $2,000.